Right on schedule, BBly was duly put through the Time-Space Continuum Distorter, and brought a couple dozen residents (however temporary) of these coordinates down (or up) with him.


The panel discussion and reading were documented by the sponsoring organization, The Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH), and are archived at MITH’s art-house movie site on the Web. You can go straight to the reading — though the panel is *brilliant* — by fast-forwarding (if that’s what you call it) to ~1:26.

Documentation of the “other things” — the traversal proper of WDvol1, performed (if that’s the right word) by BBly, followed by Matt Kirschenbaum, on a classic Mac-SE; the Pawing Through of Stuff in Boxes, facilitated by Dene Grigar; the interview of BBly by Stuart Moulthrop; these will all follow in due course, as the tech catches up with us, which is the proper order of things.

Stay tuned.